Owen Gaj

Born: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Joined Ballet West: 2008

Training: Boston Ballet School and San Francisco Ballet School

Current Repertoire: George Balanchine’s Stars and Stripes, Prodigal Son, The Four Temperaments, and Chaconne; Bronislava Nijinska's Les Biches; Michel Fokine's Polovetsian Dances; “Puck” in Sir Frederick Ashton’s The Dream; "Goro" in Stanton Welch’s Madame Butterfly; Mark Morris' Gong; the 2009 world premieres of Peggy Dolkas' "Yes, But How Did You Get There?" and Jason Linsley's Growth and Grief; Adam Sklute's newly conceived and produced Swan Lake and The Sleeping Beauty; the 2010 world premieres of Aidan DeYoung's Outward, Michael Bearden's Descent, and Helen Pickett's But Never Doubt I Love; John Butler's Carmina Burana; Jiri Kylian's Sinfonietta; Nicolo Fonte's Bolero; and the 2011 world premieres of Christopher Ruud's Trapped, Emily Adams' Regarding Us, and Avichai Scher's White Noise.

Additional Information: Prior to joining Ballet West, he was an Apprentice with San Francisco Ballet.